Eastern Illinois University’s Speakers Microphone PodiumBureau

EIU provides a comprehensive list of speakers in a wide variety of topics organized here by subject matter. Our goal is to offer our faculty, staff, registered student organizations, etc a resource for finding quality speakers for their upcoming events

You can search the database of speakers by keyword, speaker, or topic category. Contact information for each speaker is located on the individual pages which provide detail on their area's of expertise.

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  • Jeannie Ludlow
    • Diversity—racial, ethnic, gender, and sexual diversity; anti-racist activism; LGBTQ rights; making your group more open to diversity; social power and privilege SAMPLE PRESENTATION TITLES: LGBT Issues in the Classroom; Cultural Stereotypes and Privilege; Strategies for Including Diversity Across the Curriculum; Anti-Racism in Daily Life; My Roommate is Gay! What Do I Do Now?

      Education—dealing with difficult social topics (e.g., racism, abortion, homophobia) in the classroom; handling student resistance in the classroom; diversifying curricula; adding experiential learning (service learning, role playing, etc.) to your curriculum SAMPLE PRESENTATION TITLES: “This Class Is Bullshit!”: Student Resistance, Teacher Authority, and Negotiations of Power; LGBT Issues in the Classroom; Strategies for Including Diversity Across the Curriculum

      Environment/Going Green—ecofeminism; vegetarianism as a green choice; the environmental impact of the idealization of beauty SAMPLE PRESENTATION TITLES: What Is Ecofeminism, and Why Is It Important?; What’s in Your Makeup, and Why Don’t You Know about It?

      Health—abortion and reproductive health (both historically and currently); eating disorders; women’s health activism; the politics of cosmetic surgery; health effects of family violence SAMPLE PRESENTATION TITLES: What Really Happens in the Abortion Clinic?; Reclaiming ‘the Things We Cannot Say’: Toward a New Abortion Discourse; Abortion History and Law in the U.S.; Why Pro-Choice and Pro-Life Are Both Wrong; Menstrual History and Activism; What to Do if Your Roommate Has an Eating Disorder

  • Sheila Simons
    • A specialist in the field of epidemiology and human diseases, Dr. Simons offers lectures/workshops on common infectious diseases, and the history and distribution of disease. Dr. Simons is also a trainer for Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT). She is a former firefighter with LFPD Station 1 where she served as the station's first female lieutenant. During her tenure as a firefighter, Dr. Simons offered training on blood borne pathogens. Dr. Simons is also well versed in the field of biological, incendiary, nuclear, chemical, and explosions used in terrorism. Dr. Simons joined the Department of Health Studies Faculty in August of 1992/
  • Anita Sego
    • First Aid/CPR/AED Disaster Preparedness Health Program & Facility Administration Non-Profit Management Fundraising Health Issues for Special Populations Sexuality Issues When Working with the Intellectually Disabled Preventing Alcohol Poisoning Simple Adaptations for Teaching the Vision Impaired



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